Leader of the 9 Percenters calls Bush 'A total failure'

Rick Moran
The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, has called George Bush "a total failure" as president.

It is at moments like this that I truly wish I had a better grasp of the English language. Then again, I don't think there is any ironic juxtaposition of words that could possibly do justice to the utter and complete comedy exhibited by Madame Speaker who heads up a body that received a 9% approval rating from the American people.

"The pot calling the kettle black?" Horribly inadequate. A quote from some Chinese proverb like "Those who live in glass houses...?" Better but still doesn't capture the essence of idiocy shown by our beloved Speaker.

Face it. There simply are no words to throw at Pelosi that will shame her, wake her up, or otherwise clue her in on how monumental of a parody her words make of herself. In fact, perhaps she was confused and instead of describing her own towering inadequacy as leader of House Democrats, she inadvertently spoke of the president when she said:


God bless him, bless his heart, president of the United States -- a total failure, losing all credibility with the American people on the economy, on the war, on energy, you name the subject," Pelosi told CNN's Wolf Blitzer in an exclusive interview.

Seeing that Pelosi and the Democrats had very little credibility on any of those subjects before they came to power, that 9% approval rating would seem to indicate they have less today.

It is simply not possible that Pelosi is such an idiot that she was not aware of the supreme irony of her words. Maybe she was trying to be funny. Wolf Blitzer, known more for partisan hackery than for a sense of humor no doubt didn't bat an eye when the old crone made her observation about the president. 

George Bush has not been the best president. But he is far from being the worst. That fact alone should have caused the Speaker to bite her tongue when talking about "failure" in a public official. One might be tempted to list Pelosi's accomplishments as Speaker except there haven't been any. She heads up the biggest do nothing Congress of the past 50 years and for her to point to performances less than exceptional on the part of anyone - president or garbage man - only shows her to be oblivious to her own stupidity.
 


The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, has called George Bush "a total failure" as president.

It is at moments like this that I truly wish I had a better grasp of the English language. Then again, I don't think there is any ironic juxtaposition of words that could possibly do justice to the utter and complete comedy exhibited by Madame Speaker who heads up a body that received a 9% approval rating from the American people.

"The pot calling the kettle black?" Horribly inadequate. A quote from some Chinese proverb like "Those who live in glass houses...?" Better but still doesn't capture the essence of idiocy shown by our beloved Speaker.

Face it. There simply are no words to throw at Pelosi that will shame her, wake her up, or otherwise clue her in on how monumental of a parody her words make of herself. In fact, perhaps she was confused and instead of describing her own towering inadequacy as leader of House Democrats, she inadvertently spoke of the president when she said:


God bless him, bless his heart, president of the United States -- a total failure, losing all credibility with the American people on the economy, on the war, on energy, you name the subject," Pelosi told CNN's Wolf Blitzer in an exclusive interview.

Seeing that Pelosi and the Democrats had very little credibility on any of those subjects before they came to power, that 9% approval rating would seem to indicate they have less today.

It is simply not possible that Pelosi is such an idiot that she was not aware of the supreme irony of her words. Maybe she was trying to be funny. Wolf Blitzer, known more for partisan hackery than for a sense of humor no doubt didn't bat an eye when the old crone made her observation about the president. 

George Bush has not been the best president. But he is far from being the worst. That fact alone should have caused the Speaker to bite her tongue when talking about "failure" in a public official. One might be tempted to list Pelosi's accomplishments as Speaker except there haven't been any. She heads up the biggest do nothing Congress of the past 50 years and for her to point to performances less than exceptional on the part of anyone - president or garbage man - only shows her to be oblivious to her own stupidity.